Cheyenna Clearbrook is a YouTube and reality star who has gained fame for her self-titled channel and for her appearance on Deaf U, a reality series that follows a group of students attending Gallaudet University, a private college for the Deaf and hard of hearing.
Date of birth
She was born on February 10, 1999.
She has one brother and one sister, who are also deaf.
She enrolled at Washington State University and anticipating a December graduation with a major in humanities, Clearbook is a 2017 graduate of Edmonds-Woodway High School.
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Everett’s Cheyenna Clearbrook was already a social-media maven before Netflix came calling, but now her online influencer status may be poised to grow beyond her 23,000 Instagram followers and 114,000 YouTube channel subscribers, with the premiere of “Deaf U.”
In 2015, Clearbrook starred in Seattle’s ACT Theatre production “Sound,” playing the daughter in a deaf family where the parents argue over whether the daughter should get a cochlear implant. In 2017, Clearbrook was involved in Book-It Repertory Theatre’s “El Deafo,” a play for children that traveled to schools.
Clearbrook says appearing on “Deaf U” is a way to show deaf people have the same experiences in college as hearing people.
She and Sign Duo Ellen are both popular ASL vloggers on YouTube.
|Born||10th February, 1999|